Vivo may be a household name in the smartphone segment but not so when it comes to tablet devices. That, however, seems on the verge of undergoing a change as the Chinese company is rumored to be working on its own version of a tablet device.Unfortunately, there is almost nothing that we know of the upcoming tablet at the moment, except that the company has sought to … [Read more...] about Vivo Pad tablet expected to launch soon
If you have been waiting for an e paper-based desktop display board to show important information such as the date, do-to list, notification, weather info, and other related stuff, here it is, the paperd.ink. To get you started on this, paperd.ink is described as a simple and low-power e-paper development board that is fully hackable and open-source as well, which means users … [Read more...] about E-Paper Development Board, paperd.ink now on indiegogo
Pervasive Displays that have made a name for themselves in the field of e-paper displays announced the introduction of its new Armor technology that the company said will add an extra dose of robustness to its entire line of products. Apart from the ability to sustain greater mechanical stress, the new and unique Armor tech also makes supported EPDs have enhanced sunlight … [Read more...] about Pervasive Displays’ new EPDs get Armor tech for enhanced strength
The base Wacom Intuos drawing tablet is now part of the Works with Chromebook program. What that means is the entry-level non-Wi-Fi enabled tablet can seamlessly integrate with Chrome OS PCs via a USB type A connection.This, in turn, will allow for an affordable option for budding artists, students, creators, or teachers who already have invested in WACOM tablet to use with … [Read more...] about Wacom Intuos tablet supports Works with Chromebook program
It all started with the first-gen Kindle that Amazon launched way back in 2007. With buttons and switches galore, it is a far cry from the sleek and svelte e-reader devices that we have now. In between, there have been a plethora of e-reader devices launched. Some survived to remain etched in our memories while some simply vanished.Take for instance the Wexler.Flex One, the … [Read more...] about Is it the end of the road for dedicated e-readers?
The Apple WWDC 2021 keynote address turned out to be software-centric, with the highlight here being of course the announcement of the new iOS 15 for the iPhone and the iPadOS 15 for the iPad. That said, there does not seem to be much for iPad owners in terms of new features - save for a few - with the majority of the announcement having to do with enhancements to features … [Read more...] about New iPadOS 15 features announced during Apple WWDC 2021 event
It was in September 2019 that the iPad got its own dedicated OS – the iPadOS - for the first time ever. This sort of marks a coming of age for the world's most sought-after tablet device, almost a decade after it was first introduced back in April 2010. Prior to that, it continued with the iOS software which was primarily designed for the iPhone.That said, the iPadOS still … [Read more...] about Does Android need a tablet-specific version similar to iPadOS?
With Apple setting the ball rolling on making privacy almost uncompromisable for iOS users with its App Tracking Transparency feature, Google too has announced something similar that would make Android users off bound of advertisers.The feature, though similar in scope to that of Apple's App Tracking Transparency differs a bit when it comes to the actual … [Read more...] about Android users will be able to turn off app tracking by end-2021
Lenovo has launched a clutch of new laptops in China that are part of its ThinkBook series. Specifically, it is the ThinkBook 13x, ThinkBook 14p, ThinkBook 16p, and the ThinkBook Plus 2 that the company introduced though it is the ThinkBook Plus 2 that happens to be the more unique offering thanks to an additional E Ink display that it comes with. The touch-sensitive E Ink … [Read more...] about New Lenovo ThinkBook Plus 2 offers a 12 inch Secondary E Ink display
E Ink Corp. is finally going to be the owners of the manufacturing facility in South Hadley that it has been operating for over a decade now. Specifically, E Ink has been the lessee of the manufacturing plant since 2009 but is now the owner as it looks to further expand operations in the plant. The company, in fact, purchased three properties each valued at $3.5 million.The … [Read more...] about E Ink Corp. now the owners of its South Hadley manufacturing facility
The new Apple iPad Pro with an M1 processor and 16 gigs of memory for the top model should be a performance beast. Or so thought many though surprisingly, Apple isn't making available all that memory to the apps. Instead, it is a rather puny 5 GB that the developers have at their disposal for their apps to work with.As the developer of the design app Artstudio Pro revealed, … [Read more...] about New iPad Pro with Apple M1 CPU can spare only 5G RAM for apps